Pankaj Mohindroo, National President Indian Cellular Association and Chairman Fast Track Task Force for mobile manufacturing has welcomed the Indian government's decision on rationalisation of duty structure on parts for the manufacturers of ... Telecom Drive, 2 weeks ago
Govt rationalises duty on cellphone parts; industry laudsmove - Yahoo! India, 2 weeks ago
Customs duty on mobile accessories rolled back - Times of India, 2 weeks ago
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NEW DELHI: India's Department of Telecommunications ( DoT) on Monday surprised handphone makers when it significantly broadened an earlier directive that all new phones have a panic button to include patches be developed and applied retrospectively ...Economic Times, 1 hour ago India makes it compulsory for phones to have 'panic buttons' PC World, 3 weeks ago All Mobiles Must Have Emergency Panic Button from Jan 2017 New Indian Express, 4 weeks ago
New Delhi : The government has cleared 69 projects envisaging investment of Rs 17,112 crore out of proposals worth Rs 1.2 lakh crore received under the electronics manufacturing scheme till date. "69 out of about 160 proposals under the MSIPS ...NDTV, 2 days ago Rs 17K-cr worth projects cleared for electronics manufacturing Smart Investor, 2 days ago Rs17K-cr worth projects cleared for electronics manufacturing New Delhi Pioneer, 2 days ago Rs 17,000-cr worth projects cleared for electronics manufacturing Business Standard India, 2 days ago
CHENNAI: The AIADMK got strong support from the industrial belt of western Tamil Nadu that includes Coimbatore , Erode, Salem and Tirupur, all of which went toward helping to re-elect J Jayalalithaa as chief minister and companies are now looking to ...Economic Times, 4 days ago
The ongoing Rs 10,000-crore tax dispute between the Indian government and Nokia will not have any bearing on sales of Nokia brand phones through new entity HMD Global, Indian Cellular Association National President Pankaj Mohindroo today said. ...DNA India, 6 days ago Tax issue not to impact new Nokia phone business: ICA New Indian Express, 6 days ago
Sat, 14th May 2016 (Source:Business Standard) Odisha may emerge as the manufacturing hub of mobile handsets and associated components with its proposed electronics manufacturing cluster (EMC) drawing the attention of manufacturers. The Indian ...Invest Odisha, 1 week ago Make in India for mobiles: Will GST dial trouble for handset makers? Financial Express, 3 weeks ago Make In India: GST dials trouble for handsetmakers Yahoo! India, 3 weeks ago Mobile handsets to help Women Empowerment in India: ICA India Infoline, 4 weeks ago
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Importers of mobile handset components such as chargers, adapters, batteries and wired headsets now need to pay only the countervailing duty of 12.5%. The government has partly rolled back 29% import duty on mobile phone components such as ...TechGig, 2 weeks ago Government rolls back import duty on mobile phone components, Apple loses edge Times of India, 2 weeks ago Apple loses edge as govt partly rolls back import duty on mobile phone components Economic Times, 2 weeks ago Mobile phones to get cheaper as government eases import duty Hindu Business Line, 2 weeks ago
The Indian Government has been aggressively pushing Make in India and Digital India initiatives since 2014 and all a lot of global manufacturers are setting up their manufacturing units in India, including Chinese manufacturers like OnePlus and ...JOLLYBOSS, 2 weeks ago
The finance ministry on Thursday rationalised the duty structure on mobile handset components. The duty on chargers, adaptors, batteries and wired headsets has been brought down to 12.5 per cent from 29.44 per cent. Speakers, headphones, batteries, ...Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago
A mobile phone has thousands of patents from different companies. The Indian Cellular Association (ICA) views the debate between patent owners and implementers as a non-issue. This distinction is created to divide public opinion. The ICA ...Financial Express, 2 weeks ago Ideas cafe : The IPR war on mobile handsets Financial Express, 2 weeks ago Ideas cafe : The IPR war on mobilehandsets Yahoo! India, 2 weeks ago
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